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Six Days: How the 1967 War Shaped the Middle East

by Jeremy Bowen - £9.99  Pocket Books (2003)
paperback    ISBN 13: 9780743449694 | ISBN 10: 074344969x

From the initial battle order issued to the Israeli air force on Monday 5 June 1967, to the final ceasefire on the evening of Saturday 10th, the Six-Day War between Israel and Syria, Egypt and Jordan was a riveting human drama. Building on his first-hand experience of the region after his five years as the BBC's Middle East Correspondent, as well as extensive original research, Jeremy Bowen now presents a compelling new history of the conflict. He recreates day by day, hour by hour, the bullying and brinkmanship that led four nations to war - a war that shaped the modern Arab-Israeli conflict. Understanding 1967 is the key to deciphering what is happening today in Gaza, the West Bank & Israel.

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